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Miss Neal sends Miss Berry a night letter informing her that she will be able to join her at Mohonk.
Miss Berry sends Miss Neal a telegram urgently telling her to see Mr. Ochs' secretary about the Pictorial Review Award.
Miss Berry informs Miss Neal on her sister's current state of condition since an automobile accident greatly injured her. She also informs Miss Neal that she will be unable to attend an event at Mohonk Lake, but hopes the two will be able to reschedule.
Miss Berry informs Miss Neal about an automobile accident her sister, Mrs. Wright, had when one of the school boys was driving her and the car turned over and asks again if Miss Neal could join her at Lake Mohonk. She describes the hot weather and having made several trips to the mountains.
Miss Berry has invited Miss Neal to an event at Mohank Lake in August, and has sent Miss Neal a clipping about Marion Berry's wedding. Berry notes that Tom Berry, Virginia Campbell and the Bonnyman's attended and said it was the most wonderful wedding they ever attended.
Miss Martha wishes to have Miss Cora Neal come visit her at Tate Springs, and she also asks for Miss Neal to send her more Pictorial Review blanks. Berry also mentions the forthcoming wedding in Europe between Marion Berry and Prince Heli [Chigi]; however, Berry writes that although she was asked to give a wedding gift of $10,000, she was not invited to the wedding.
Berry has sent Neal a letter from Mrs. Pennybacker, with information that Carrie Chapman Catt is also in the field for the Pictorial Review award. Berry asks Neal if she will be able to see the people at the Pictorial Review for her.
Berry regrets that Miss Armes was not able to visit during the last few days of school, but says that perhaps she might come later. She also writes that she is anxious to get the Pictorial Review Award this year, but that she'll need Neal's help.
Berry informs Neal that the meeting with Mr. Bierwith [Bierwirth] and Mr. Jones has been arranged for the morning of the 7th rather than the 5th due to illness.
Miss Berry has just gotten over a bronchial cough and has missed her appointment with Mr. Penny due to her illness. She informs Miss Neal of this and then notes that she will be in New York on the 4th- pressing that she would like Miss Neal to attend the engagement, held at Mr. Jones' Office, on the 5th of March. Miss Berry believes that together they, alongside Inez Wooton, will be able to raise money and get Trustees for the school.
Miss Martha Berry has become ill with bronchitis and will probably have to cancel her St. Louis engagement. She inquires about when she is to meet Mr. Penny again as she has not yet received an answer for when he expects her. Furthermore, Miss Berry writes that the school is falling behind in raising money for their running expenses, and she has already used every means she can think of to raise funds.
Miss Martha Berry has forgotten when she is to meet Mr. Penny, in Florida, and asks Miss Cora Neal for the date. She adds that she needs to make more speaking engagements in New York, but that she has one in March. A month after the Forestry Association Meeting she has promised to speak in St. Louis.
Miss Berry has received a letter from Thomas Berry, Jr., and believes that the letter contains "many things that may be undertaken." She doesn't know what to do about it, but she has already called up Mr. Maddox for advice, and a copy of the letter has been enclosed to Miss Cora Neal. An exhibit about the schools has been sent to Macy's store.
Because there have been many people who have recently relocated, Martha Berry writes to Cora Neal asking for a telephone directory of New York City. Several letters sent from the school have been returned.
letter to Mrs. Frank Inman from Martha Berry concerning the idea of the Mothers' Building and the donations needed to build it. She informs Mrs. Inman that they need the Mothers' Building in order to house the increasing number of girls that wish to attend the Berry Schools and to reduce the crowding that was already present in the girls dormitories. Miss Berry asks if Mrs. Inman can write Miss Neal and Mr. Beck to help with the building because she believes it is a beautiful idea. She also informs Mrs. Inman that she wishes her to come to the schools as often as she can for a visit.